Album · 2007 · 16 Songs. Playlist: The Very Best of Diamond Rio. 2008. See All. The Greatest Hits Collection II.
The Reason is the eighth studio album from American Country band Diamond Rio, released on September 22, 2009 by Word Records. The Reason" (Joe Beck, Jimmy Olander, Marty Roe) - 3:08. This Is My Life" (Olander, Roe, Matthew West) - 3:52. God Is There" (Bernie Herms, Olander, Roe) - 4:19. Reaching for Me" (Michael Boggs, Chad R. Cates) - 3:40. Into Your Hands" (Chris Eaton, Olander, Roe) - 4:08. Just Love" (Eaton, Olander, Roe) - 4:16. Moments of Heaven on Earth" (Don Pfrimmer, Dan Truman) - 3:43.
16 Biggest Hits may refer to: 16 Biggest Hits (Alabama album), 2007. 16 Biggest Hits (Lynn Anderson album), 2006. 16 Biggest Hits (Clint Black album), 2006. 16 Biggest Hits (Johnny Cash album), 1999. 16 Biggest Hits (Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash album), 2006. 16 Biggest Hits (Charlie Daniels album), 2006. 16 Biggest Hits (John Denver album), 2006. 16 Biggest Hits (Diamond Rio album), 2008. 16 Biggest Hits (Merle Haggard album), 1998. 16 Biggest Hits (Alan Jackson album), 2007.
This album was my first intoduction to Diamond Rio-I love it and them! And I'm generally NOT a fan of country music. This group has amazing harmonies, are fantastic musicians, and many of their songs have a great rock 'n' roll quality. You will not be disappointed.
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16 Biggest Hits is a 1998 Merle Haggard compilation album. It is part of a series of similar 16 Biggest Hits albums released by Legacy Recordings. All songs except "Big City", "Are the Good Times Really Over (I Wish a Buck Was Still Silver)" and "Going Where the Lonely Go" are re-recordings from October 1994. 16 Biggest Hits (Waylon Jennings album), 2005. 16 Biggest Hits (George Jones album), 1998. 16 Biggest Hits (Lonestar album), 2006. 16 Biggest Hits (Patty Loveless album), 2007. 16 Biggest Hits (Ronnie Milsap album), 2007. 16 Biggest Hits (Willie Nelson album), 1998. 16 Biggest Hits (Roy Orbison album), 1999. 16 Biggest Hits (Dolly Parton album), 2007. 16 Biggest Hits (Collin Raye album), 2002. 16 Biggest Hits (Ricky Van Shelton album), 1999.
Diamond Rio has recorded nine studio albums, four Greatest Hits compilations, and an album of Christmas music. Three of the band's albums have achieved RIAA platinum certification in the United States. In addition, Diamond Rio has received four Group of the Year awards from the Country Music Association, two Top Vocal Group awards from the Academy of Country Music, and one Grammy Award out of thirteen nominations. DuBois was talking with record executive Clive Davis about creating a country music branch of Arista Records called Arista Nashville; Stephenson would later sign to the label in 1993 as a member of Blackhawk. Initially, DuBois was hesitant about signing the Tennessee River Boys, as he felt that there were too many popular bands in country music, and he was about.
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|How Your Love Makes Me Feel||4:02|
|Meet In The Middle||3:19|
|One More Day||3:36|
|Love A Little Stronger||3:40|
|Oh Me, Oh My, Sweeet Baby||3:15|
|Norma Jean Riley||3:03|
|In A Week Or Two||3:00|
|This Romeo Ain't Got Julie Yet||2:43|
|88697 83104 2||Diamond Rio||16 Biggest Hits (CD, Comp)||Arista Nashville||88697 83104 2||US||2008|
|88697 41317 2||Diamond Rio||16 Biggest Hits (CD, Comp, Eco)||Arista Nashville, Legacy||88697 41317 2||US||2009|